Strong risk management practices can’t stop the spread of the coronavirus, but strong planning and the ability to adapt can help mitigate its consequences. For lessons on the short- and long-term steps organisations should take in bracing for the full effects of the global outbreak of the coronavirus, hear advice from Mark Beasley, CPA, a professor at North Carolina State University and the director of the university’s Enterprise Risk Management Initiative.
Dan Crumb, CPA, CGMA, has been CFO of the Kansas City Chiefs for ten seasons, the last of which was the most exciting — the Chiefs won the US National Football League’s Super Bowl championship game earlier this month. Crumb shares insights on taking a simplified approach to innovation, the value of thinking like an owner, and the thrill of hearing a stadium full of loyal, loud fans.
The big ideas that lead to innovative business changes may seem to happen outside traditional structures, but it’s important for organisations to be strategic when it comes to setting the stage for innovation to occur. Accounting tech expert Donny Shimamoto, CPA/CITP, CGMA, offers up the key components that entities should consider to stay ahead of the innovation curve.
Chartered accountant Androulla Soteri, global head of tax at Baker Tilly International, offers a progress report on the UK’s Making Tax Digital programme and other countries’ digital filing and collection of tax.
AMI Partners, an independent research firm, connected with financial decision-makers in over 500 SMBs across six countries (Australia, Canada, France, Japan, UK, and US) to better understand the “before and after” experiences of implementing automated travel and expense solutions. In this branded podcast, Nikki Hollis, regional sales director at SAP Concur, delves into the UK research findings. (Sponsored by SAP Concur)
Risk management functions that operate in lockstep with a company’s digital transformation efforts tend to perform better. But how do they get there? Brian Schwartz, a PwC partner, shares the traits of digitally fit risk functions and the characteristics that separate dynamic risk functions from peers.
Thivanka Rangala, FCMA, CGMA, is the CFO at edotco Group, a telecommunications tower company that is building network infrastructure for 5G technology in Asia. He shares insights on preparing for 5G roll-out and advises finance professionals to stay ahead of the curve.